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Old 10-15-2015, 09:38 PM   #11
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But I am from the Lower Penn..... Way Lower, like 5 miles to the border.
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Old 10-16-2015, 06:41 AM   #12
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Grilled some turkey burgers again yesterday. Used up the last burgers that we purchased from Sam's Club. I didn't take pictures but they sure tasted good. Toasted the buns... that always brings burgers up a notch in my opinion.

When I opened the grill to light it yesterday I realized there were some left-over wood chips on the burner. I left the chips there and had smoked burgers. Mmmmm Gooood!
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Rather than start a new thread on smoking I'll just add to this one. Maybe I'll ask a moderator to change the title to What Did You Grill/Smoke Today? Hmmm... in Colorado that may have a different meaning!

So here's my latest. A 10+ LB pork butt and a dozen or so chicken legs. I've mentioned previously that I use my two-burner gas grill putting wood chips on one side and the meat on the other for indirect heating.

I use nearly the lowest temperature setting for pork and have it set approximately 250 F. You see 268 in the picture - it varies a little depending on outside temperature. The pork butt comes off when it reaches 205 F and then I wrap it in foil and towels and let it rest in a "thermal stabilization unit" (aka cooler).

The chicken I cook on high and that usually gets me to approximately 350 F grill temperature and cook it about 75 minutes until it's 160 F or more. I find I actually like fall off the bone chicken so higher internal temperature is better in my mind.
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All looks delicious!
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Old 12-25-2017, 09:08 AM   #15
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It's Christmas day 2017... anyone grilling today? I hope to post some pictures later. We're smoking a deboned/stuffed chicken on the gas grill.
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Old 12-26-2017, 08:39 AM   #16
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It's Christmas day 2017... anyone grilling today? I hope to post some pictures later. We're smoking a deboned/stuffed chicken on the gas grill.


Got sidetracked with Christmas Day festivities, including some beer tasting, so I'm a little late with my pictures.







I intentionally spread the wings out so they'd be crunchy and smokey! Mmmmm Gooood!
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